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UMass Lowell Campus, Architectural History

A collection of materials from UMass Lowell Libraries Collections, documenting the architectural history of the UMass Lowell campuses. Files include, photographs, drawings, surveys, and Cultural and Architectural reports ranging in date from the 1890’s to the present.



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UMass Lowell Campus, Architectural History
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The building at 193 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a three-story wood-frame residential apartment building, with fiber-cement siding, vinyl sash, and fieldstone foundation. The building houses six apartments and one small retail space at the first floor. The building underwent a substantial renovation approximately seven years following a severe fire that burned all but one of the units. The building at 199 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a...
Topics: Lowell (Mass.), UMass Lowell, UML
Photograph: Lowell Normal School, Lowell, MA. Bartlett School, Wannalancit Street - teacher training school.
Topics: Lowell (Mass.), lowell normal school, umass lowell, uml
Source: UMass Lowell, Center for Lowell History CN 010
Photograph: Lowell Textile Institute, Lowell, MA. Construction of Alumni Building.
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UMass Lowell Campus, Architectural History
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The building at 193 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a three-story wood-frame residential apartment building, with fiber-cement siding, vinyl sash, and fieldstone foundation. The building houses six apartments and one small retail space at the first floor. The building underwent a substantial renovation approximately seven years following a severe fire that burned all but one of the units. The building at 199 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a...
Topics: Lowell (Mass.), UMass Lowell, UML
Photograph: Lowell Textile Institute, Lowell, MA. Textile Machinery.
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Photograph: Lowell Textile Institute, Lowell, MA. Eames Dorm.
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Photograph: Lowell Textile Institute, Lowell, MA. Textile Machinery.
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Photograph: Lowell Normal School, Lowell, MA. Commencement 1899.
Topics: Lowell (Mass.), lowell normal school, umass lowell, uml
Source: UMass Lowell, Center for Lowell History CN 008
Photograph: Lowell Textile Institute, Lowell, MA. Boiler room.
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Photograph: Lowell Textile Institute, Lowell, MA. Dedication plaque for Southwick Hall.
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Photograph: Lowell Textile Institute, Lowell, MA. Science classroom.
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Photograph: Lowell Normal School, Lowell, MA. Bartlett School, Wannalancit Street - teacher taining school.
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Source: UMass Lowell, Center for Lowell History CN 023
Photograph: Lowell Textile Institute, Lowell, MA. View from Pawtucket Street.
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Source: UMass Lowell, Center for Lowell History CN 063
UMass Lowell Campus, Architectural History
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The building at 193 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a three-story wood-frame residential apartment building, with fiber-cement siding, vinyl sash, and fieldstone foundation. The building houses six apartments and one small retail space at the first floor. The building underwent a substantial renovation approximately seven years following a severe fire that burned all but one of the units. The building at 199 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a...
Topics: Lowell (Mass.), UMass Lowell, UML
Photograph: Lowell Normal School, Lowell, MA. Science classroom.
Topics: Lowell (Mass.), umass lowell, uml, lowell normal school
Source: UMass Lowell, Center for Lowell History CN 014
Photograph: Lowell Textile Institute, Lowell, MA. Alumni Building.
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UMass Lowell Campus, Architectural History
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Dormitory room.
Topic: University of Massachusetts Lowell -- Eames Hall
Photography: Lowell Textile Institute, Lowell, MA. Textile Machinery.
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Photograph: Lowell Textile Institute, Lowell, MA. Construction of Cumniock Hall.
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Front view of Eames Hall from University Avenue.
Topic: University of Massachusetts Lowell -- Eames Hall
UMass Lowell Campus, Architectural History
by Chris Gervais
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The building at 193 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a three-story wood-frame residential apartment building, with fiber-cement siding, vinyl sash, and fieldstone foundation. The building houses six apartments and one small retail space at the first floor. The building underwent a substantial renovation approximately seven years following a severe fire that burned all but one of the units. The building at 199 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a...
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Eames Hall plaque at entrance.
Topic: University of Massachusetts Lowell -- Eames Hall
Photograph: Lowell Textile Institute, Lowell, MA. Eames Dorm.
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Photograph: Lowell Textile Institute, Lowell, MA. Alumni Building.
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The building at 193 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a three-story wood-frame residential apartment building, with fiber-cement siding, vinyl sash, and fieldstone foundation. The building houses six apartments and one small retail space at the first floor. The building underwent a substantial renovation approximately seven years following a severe fire that burned all but one of the units. The building at 199 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a...
Topics: Lowell (Mass.), UMass Lowell, UML
Photograph: Lowell Normal School, Lowell, MA. Science classroom.
Topics: Lowell (Mass.), lowell normal school, umass lowell, uml
Source: UMass Lowell, Center for Lowell History CN 028
Photograph: Lowell Normal School, Lowell, MA. Classroom.
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Source: UMass Lowell, Center for Lowell History CN 016
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Eames Hall angle view from Standish Street parking lot, looking north towards rear of building.
Topic: University of Massachusetts Lowell -- Eames Hall
UMass Lowell Campus, Architectural History
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The building at 193 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a three-story wood-frame residential apartment building, with fiber-cement siding, vinyl sash, and fieldstone foundation. The building houses six apartments and one small retail space at the first floor. The building underwent a substantial renovation approximately seven years following a severe fire that burned all but one of the units. The building at 199 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a...
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The building at 193 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a three-story wood-frame residential apartment building, with fiber-cement siding, vinyl sash, and fieldstone foundation. The building houses six apartments and one small retail space at the first floor. The building underwent a substantial renovation approximately seven years following a severe fire that burned all but one of the units. The building at 199 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a...
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UMass Lowell Campus, Architectural History
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The building at 193 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a three-story wood-frame residential apartment building, with fiber-cement siding, vinyl sash, and fieldstone foundation. The building houses six apartments and one small retail space at the first floor. The building underwent a substantial renovation approximately seven years following a severe fire that burned all but one of the units. The building at 199 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a...
Topics: Lowell (Mass.), UMass Lowell, UML
Photograph: Lowell Textile Institute, Lowell, MA. Textile Machinery.
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UMass Lowell Campus, Architectural History
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Steam tunnel hallway.
Topic: University of Massachusetts Lowell -- Eames Hall
UMass Lowell Campus, Architectural History
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Dormitory room.
Topic: University of Massachusetts Lowell -- Eames Hall
UMass Lowell Campus, Architectural History
by Chris Gervais
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The building at 193 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a three-story wood-frame residential apartment building, with fiber-cement siding, vinyl sash, and fieldstone foundation. The building houses six apartments and one small retail space at the first floor. The building underwent a substantial renovation approximately seven years following a severe fire that burned all but one of the units. The building at 199 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a...
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The building at 193 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a three-story wood-frame residential apartment building, with fiber-cement siding, vinyl sash, and fieldstone foundation. The building houses six apartments and one small retail space at the first floor. The building underwent a substantial renovation approximately seven years following a severe fire that burned all but one of the units. The building at 199 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a...
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UMass Lowell Campus, Architectural History
by Wendy Frontiero
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Massachusetts Historical Commission Form B Building Report on Eames Hall.
Topic: University of Massachusetts Lowell -- Eames Hall
Photograph: Lowell Textile Institute, Lowell, MA. Site of Smith and Eames dormitories and Alumni Building.
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UMass Lowell Campus, Architectural History
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The building at 193 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a three-story wood-frame residential apartment building, with fiber-cement siding, vinyl sash, and fieldstone foundation. The building houses six apartments and one small retail space at the first floor. The building underwent a substantial renovation approximately seven years following a severe fire that burned all but one of the units. The building at 199 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a...
Topics: Lowell (Mass.), UMass Lowell, UML
UMass Lowell Campus, Architectural History
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The building at 193 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a three-story wood-frame residential apartment building, with fiber-cement siding, vinyl sash, and fieldstone foundation. The building houses six apartments and one small retail space at the first floor. The building underwent a substantial renovation approximately seven years following a severe fire that burned all but one of the units. The building at 199 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a...
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The building at 193 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a three-story wood-frame residential apartment building, with fiber-cement siding, vinyl sash, and fieldstone foundation. The building houses six apartments and one small retail space at the first floor. The building underwent a substantial renovation approximately seven years following a severe fire that burned all but one of the units. The building at 199 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a...
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The building at 193 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a three-story wood-frame residential apartment building, with fiber-cement siding, vinyl sash, and fieldstone foundation. The building houses six apartments and one small retail space at the first floor. The building underwent a substantial renovation approximately seven years following a severe fire that burned all but one of the units. The building at 199 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a...
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UMass Lowell Campus, Architectural History
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The building at 193 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a three-story wood-frame residential apartment building, with fiber-cement siding, vinyl sash, and fieldstone foundation. The building houses six apartments and one small retail space at the first floor. The building underwent a substantial renovation approximately seven years following a severe fire that burned all but one of the units. The building at 199 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a...
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The building at 193 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a three-story wood-frame residential apartment building, with fiber-cement siding, vinyl sash, and fieldstone foundation. The building houses six apartments and one small retail space at the first floor. The building underwent a substantial renovation approximately seven years following a severe fire that burned all but one of the units. The building at 199 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a...
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The building at 193 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a three-story wood-frame residential apartment building, with fiber-cement siding, vinyl sash, and fieldstone foundation. The building houses six apartments and one small retail space at the first floor. The building underwent a substantial renovation approximately seven years following a severe fire that burned all but one of the units. The building at 199 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a...
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UMass Lowell Campus, Architectural History
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The building at 193 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a three-story wood-frame residential apartment building, with fiber-cement siding, vinyl sash, and fieldstone foundation. The building houses six apartments and one small retail space at the first floor. The building underwent a substantial renovation approximately seven years following a severe fire that burned all but one of the units. The building at 199 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a...
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UMass Lowell Campus, Architectural History
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The building at 193 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a three-story wood-frame residential apartment building, with fiber-cement siding, vinyl sash, and fieldstone foundation. The building houses six apartments and one small retail space at the first floor. The building underwent a substantial renovation approximately seven years following a severe fire that burned all but one of the units. The building at 199 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a...
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UMass Lowell Campus, Architectural History
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The building at 193 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a three-story wood-frame residential apartment building, with fiber-cement siding, vinyl sash, and fieldstone foundation. The building houses six apartments and one small retail space at the first floor. The building underwent a substantial renovation approximately seven years following a severe fire that burned all but one of the units. The building at 199 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a...
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UMass Lowell Campus, Architectural History
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The building at 193 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a three-story wood-frame residential apartment building, with fiber-cement siding, vinyl sash, and fieldstone foundation. The building houses six apartments and one small retail space at the first floor. The building underwent a substantial renovation approximately seven years following a severe fire that burned all but one of the units. The building at 199 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a...
Topics: Lowell (Mass.), UMass Lowell, UML
Photograph: Lowell Normal School, Lowell, MA. Science classroom.
Topics: Lowell (Mass.), lowell normal school, umass lowell, uml
Source: UMass Lowell, Center for Lowell History CN 030
UMass Lowell Campus, Architectural History
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The building at 193 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a three-story wood-frame residential apartment building, with fiber-cement siding, vinyl sash, and fieldstone foundation. The building houses six apartments and one small retail space at the first floor. The building underwent a substantial renovation approximately seven years following a severe fire that burned all but one of the units. The building at 199 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a...
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UMass Lowell Campus, Architectural History
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The building at 193 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a three-story wood-frame residential apartment building, with fiber-cement siding, vinyl sash, and fieldstone foundation. The building houses six apartments and one small retail space at the first floor. The building underwent a substantial renovation approximately seven years following a severe fire that burned all but one of the units. The building at 199 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a...
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UMass Lowell Campus, Architectural History
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The building at 193 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a three-story wood-frame residential apartment building, with fiber-cement siding, vinyl sash, and fieldstone foundation. The building houses six apartments and one small retail space at the first floor. The building underwent a substantial renovation approximately seven years following a severe fire that burned all but one of the units. The building at 199 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a...
Topics: Lowell (Mass.), UMass Lowell, UML
UMass Lowell Campus, Architectural History
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Dormitory room.
Topic: University of Massachusetts Lowell -- Eames Hall
Photograph: Lowell Textile Institute, Lowell, MA. Eames Dorm.
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UMass Lowell Campus, Architectural History
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The building at 193 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a three-story wood-frame residential apartment building, with fiber-cement siding, vinyl sash, and fieldstone foundation. The building houses six apartments and one small retail space at the first floor. The building underwent a substantial renovation approximately seven years following a severe fire that burned all but one of the units. The building at 199 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a...
Topics: Lowell (Mass.), UMass Lowell, UML
UMass Lowell Campus, Architectural History
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The building at 193 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a three-story wood-frame residential apartment building, with fiber-cement siding, vinyl sash, and fieldstone foundation. The building houses six apartments and one small retail space at the first floor. The building underwent a substantial renovation approximately seven years following a severe fire that burned all but one of the units. The building at 199 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a...
Topics: Lowell (Mass.), UMass Lowell, UML
UMass Lowell Campus, Architectural History
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The building at 193 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a three-story wood-frame residential apartment building, with fiber-cement siding, vinyl sash, and fieldstone foundation. The building houses six apartments and one small retail space at the first floor. The building underwent a substantial renovation approximately seven years following a severe fire that burned all but one of the units. The building at 199 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a...
Topics: Lowell (Mass.), UMass Lowell, UML
UMass Lowell Campus, Architectural History
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The building at 193 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a three-story wood-frame residential apartment building, with fiber-cement siding, vinyl sash, and fieldstone foundation. The building houses six apartments and one small retail space at the first floor. The building underwent a substantial renovation approximately seven years following a severe fire that burned all but one of the units. The building at 199 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a...
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UMass Lowell Campus, Architectural History
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The building at 193 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a three-story wood-frame residential apartment building, with fiber-cement siding, vinyl sash, and fieldstone foundation. The building houses six apartments and one small retail space at the first floor. The building underwent a substantial renovation approximately seven years following a severe fire that burned all but one of the units. The building at 199 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a...
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UMass Lowell Campus, Architectural History
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The building at 193 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a three-story wood-frame residential apartment building, with fiber-cement siding, vinyl sash, and fieldstone foundation. The building houses six apartments and one small retail space at the first floor. The building underwent a substantial renovation approximately seven years following a severe fire that burned all but one of the units. The building at 199 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a...
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UMass Lowell Campus, Architectural History
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Photograph: Lowell Normal School, Lowell, MA.
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Source: UMass Lowell, Center for Lowell History CN 034
UMass Lowell Campus, Architectural History
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Boiler room.
Topic: University of Massachusetts Lowell -- Eames Hall
UMass Lowell Campus, Architectural History
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The building at 193 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a three-story wood-frame residential apartment building, with fiber-cement siding, vinyl sash, and fieldstone foundation. The building houses six apartments and one small retail space at the first floor. The building underwent a substantial renovation approximately seven years following a severe fire that burned all but one of the units. The building at 199 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a...
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The building at 193 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a three-story wood-frame residential apartment building, with fiber-cement siding, vinyl sash, and fieldstone foundation. The building houses six apartments and one small retail space at the first floor. The building underwent a substantial renovation approximately seven years following a severe fire that burned all but one of the units. The building at 199 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a...
Topics: Lowell (Mass.), UMass Lowell, UML
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The building at 193 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a three-story wood-frame residential apartment building, with fiber-cement siding, vinyl sash, and fieldstone foundation. The building houses six apartments and one small retail space at the first floor. The building underwent a substantial renovation approximately seven years following a severe fire that burned all but one of the units. The building at 199 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a...
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The building at 193 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a three-story wood-frame residential apartment building, with fiber-cement siding, vinyl sash, and fieldstone foundation. The building houses six apartments and one small retail space at the first floor. The building underwent a substantial renovation approximately seven years following a severe fire that burned all but one of the units. The building at 199 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a...
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The building at 193 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a three-story wood-frame residential apartment building, with fiber-cement siding, vinyl sash, and fieldstone foundation. The building houses six apartments and one small retail space at the first floor. The building underwent a substantial renovation approximately seven years following a severe fire that burned all but one of the units. The building at 199 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a...
Topics: Lowell (Mass.), UMass Lowell, UML
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The building at 193 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a three-story wood-frame residential apartment building, with fiber-cement siding, vinyl sash, and fieldstone foundation. The building houses six apartments and one small retail space at the first floor. The building underwent a substantial renovation approximately seven years following a severe fire that burned all but one of the units. The building at 199 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a...
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UMass Lowell Campus, Architectural History
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The building at 193 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a three-story wood-frame residential apartment building, with fiber-cement siding, vinyl sash, and fieldstone foundation. The building houses six apartments and one small retail space at the first floor. The building underwent a substantial renovation approximately seven years following a severe fire that burned all but one of the units. The building at 199 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a...
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UMass Lowell Campus, Architectural History
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The building at 193 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a three-story wood-frame residential apartment building, with fiber-cement siding, vinyl sash, and fieldstone foundation. The building houses six apartments and one small retail space at the first floor. The building underwent a substantial renovation approximately seven years following a severe fire that burned all but one of the units. The building at 199 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a...
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UMass Lowell Campus, Architectural History
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The building at 193 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a three-story wood-frame residential apartment building, with fiber-cement siding, vinyl sash, and fieldstone foundation. The building houses six apartments and one small retail space at the first floor. The building underwent a substantial renovation approximately seven years following a severe fire that burned all but one of the units. The building at 199 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a...
Topics: Lowell (Mass.), UMass Lowell, UML
Photograph: Lowell Normal School, Lowell, MA. Bartlett School, Wannalancit Street - teacher training school.
Topics: Lowell (Mass.), lowell normal school, umass lowell, uml
Source: UMass Lowell, Center for Lowell History CN 011
UMass Lowell Campus, Architectural History
by Chris Gervais
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The building at 193 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a three-story wood-frame residential apartment building, with fiber-cement siding, vinyl sash, and fieldstone foundation. The building houses six apartments and one small retail space at the first floor. The building underwent a substantial renovation approximately seven years following a severe fire that burned all but one of the units. The building at 199 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a...
Topics: Lowell (Mass.), UMass Lowell, UML
UMass Lowell Campus, Architectural History
by Chris Gervais
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The building at 193 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a three-story wood-frame residential apartment building, with fiber-cement siding, vinyl sash, and fieldstone foundation. The building houses six apartments and one small retail space at the first floor. The building underwent a substantial renovation approximately seven years following a severe fire that burned all but one of the units. The building at 199 Pawtucket Street, constructed ca. 1906-1910, consists of a...
Topics: Lowell (Mass.), UMass Lowell, UML